Educational Studies Major

Courses

Visit the Online Undergraduate Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.

This major requires that students complete 51-56 hours of credit, depending on the chosen emphasis.

Educational Studies Major Tracks

Christian Education

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Early Childhood

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Elementary

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Special Education

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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

The emphasis covers important aspects of first and second language acquisition, TESL teaching methods and assessment strategies, historical and modern linguistics, among others. You will also have the opportunity to take a  variety of literature courses focusing on cross-cultural literature. 

"I graduated from Greenville College a B.A. in English along with a Certificate to teach English as a Second Language. Currently, I am living in Omaha, Nebraska with my husband and work at Ralston High School in the ESL Department. It is challenging work, but I enjoy it very much. I love being able to apply what I learned through the English classes at Greenville and help the newcomer students learn English for the first time. There is nothing more exciting than finding a place where I am able to serve others through the gifts God has so richly blessed me with. My only hope is that the students I teach now and in days to come will be transformed as much as I have been through my teachers at Greenville College."  
- Beth Anne Trim '09

Career Opportunities

Museum Education
National Parks / Outdoor Education
Community Education
Mission / Ministry Education

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